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My self-summary
My life has been defined by absolutely absurd travel experiences: Accidentally crossing the Saudi border and learning the proper technique to tying a keffiyeh from the border guards, working as a shepherd for three months on the South Island of New Zealand, getting lost for three days in the canyons of Utah; I suppose I am pretty normal otherwise.
What I’m doing with my life
I am back at school pursuing a B.S. in Economics following a two-year stint as a marketing analyst.

I've also been working as a community activist and staff member of the De Blasio campaign.
I’m really good at
travelling. I have a photographic memory for places and an uncanny ability to communicate with only my hands.
The first things people usually notice about me
Great hair and sarcasm.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Book: The Oxford American Writer's Thesaurus.

Movies: Pulp Fiction, The Good the Bad and the Ugly, The Prestige, Cinema Paradiso, , Raiders of the Lost Ark, Back to the Future, North by Northwest, Die Hard, WALL·E, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Dr. Strangelove, Spirited Away, and almost everything by the Coen Brothers.

Shows: Breaking Bad, Sherlock, Fawlty Towers, The Wire, Community, Arrested Development, the first & fourth season of Dexter, Archer, House of Cards, Seinfeld, and The Daily Show.

Music: I enjoy listening to it. I attempted the Banjo, but it gave up on me.
Six things I could never do without
1. Passport

2. Coffee

3. My bicycle

4. A good pen

5. My friends

6. Salt
I spend a lot of time thinking about
how I could possibly live up to Bill Nye's expectations.
On a typical Friday night I am
Usually out? Preferably somewhere with a great beer selection.

If I'm staying in usually I'll be attempting some ridiculous new recipe. I have recently perfected the chocolate chip cookie, so I do have that going for me.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have no problem watching most emotionally charged scenes in movies. "Graves of the Fireflies," I can make it. "Up," heartbreaking but my eyes remain dry. "La Vita è Bella," amazing.

But the one scene I absolutely can not force myself to watch is the shoe murdering scene from "Who Framed Roger Rabbit." I think I have more empathy for that shoe than any other character in a movie.
You should message me if
like me, you found it very difficult writing a summary of your personality on the web and would be much more comfortable with good coffee, maybe food and a good amount of anecdotes to learn about each other, not behind a screen.
The two of us